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PM1: Seguridad Vial

La FHWA y la FTA emitieron conjuntamente una Norma de planificación que establece varias medidas de desempeño para evaluar la seguridad vial (PM1), el estado del pavimento y los puentes (PM2), el desempeño del sistema y el movimiento de carga (PM3), la gestión de activos de tránsito (TAM) y la seguridad del tránsito. Los DOT y MPO estatales deben establecer objetivos para las diversas medidas de desempeño federal. WAMPO ha elegido apoyar y aceptar los objetivos de PM1 para 2023 de KDOT y los objetivos de PM2 y PM3 para 2024 y 2026 para la región de WAMPO.

Federal Performance Measures
2022 Targets
2023 Targets
Number of Non-motorized Fatalities and Serious Injuries
157
160
Rate of Serious Injuries (per 100 million VMT)
3.6
3.54
Number of Serious Injuries
1164
1100
Rate of Fatalities (per 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT))
1.28
1.29
Number of Fatalities
407
400

MEDIDA FEDERAL DE RENDIMIENTO 1, 2, 3 OBJETIVOS

PM2: Estado del pavimento y del puente

Federal Performance Measures
2021 Targets
2024 Targets
2026 Targets
Percent of NHS bridges by deck area classified as in poor condition
3%
3%
3%
Percent of NHS bridges by deck area classified as in good condition
70%
72%
72%
Percent of non-Interstate NHS pavements in poor condition
1.5%
1.7%
1.7%
Percent of non-Interstate National Highway System (NHS) pavements in good condition
55%
61%
61%
Percent of Interstate pavements in poor condition
0.5%
0.4%
0.4%
Percent of Interstate pavements in good condition
65%
60%
61%

PM3: rendimiento del sistema

Federal Performance Measures
2021 Targets
2024 Targets
2026 Targets
Truck Travel Time Reliability Index (TTTR)
1.16
1.10
1.10
Percent of person-miles on the non-Interstate NHS that are reliable
95%
97%
98%
Percent of person-miles on the Interstate system that are reliable
95%
98%
98%

TAM FEDERAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES

In 2012, MAP-21 mandated FTA to develop a rule establishing a strategic and systematic process of operating, maintaining, and improving public capital assets effectively through their entire life cycle. The Transit Asset Management (TAM) Final Rule, 49 USC 5326, became effective October 1, 2016, and established three performance measures. The performance management requirements outlined in 49 USC 5326 are minimum standards for transit operators. 

WAMPO supports KDOT’s 2023 TAM Plan Targets, which are as follows:

TRANSIT SAFETY FEDERAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES

Under the FTA’s Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (PTASP) rule, applicable transit agencies are required to develop safety plans that define how those agencies will implement Safety Management Systems (SMSs). These plans are required to include targets for performance measures defined in the National Public Transportation Safety Plan, which relate to fatalities, injuries, safety events, and system reliability. MPOs are federally required to set performance targets for these transit safety performance measures for their regions, in coordination with transit agencies and state governments. These requirements acknowledge the collaborative relationships needed to manage safety risks in transit systems.

Mode of Transit Service
Fatalities
Fatalities/ 100k VRM**
Bus Driver Injuries
Bus Patron Injuries
Facility Injuries
Injuries/100k VRM**
Safety Events
Safety Events/100k VRM**
VRM**/Major System Failure
Fixed route
0
0
0.05
39
1.84
4117
Paratransit
0
0
0
9
1.4
78600
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